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  • Answer: It really depends on SO many factors, many of them cultural.
    In the USA people pick their own spouses, often without much regard for what the family thinks. The reasoning is; "They ( the soon to be in-laws) have a choice...either they can gain a son/daughter or loose both." and the kids will write off their parents eventually if they do not come around.

    But in other cultures it can be a constant drag on the relationship because the in-laws are more integral in the family and neither family ever accepts the new spouse and is always sniping at any little perceived mis-step...and the other set of parents.

    There are also expectations that are often made nearly indelible since birth depending, again on the culture and, closer to home; the family the person was raised in.

    Does the culture expect the wife to be meek, silent, keep house, and have sex anytime the man wants it, while the man is expected to bluster around avenging every perceived slight, work like a dog, beat the kids ...and maybe wife...to keep them in line?

    What type of childhood did the intended spouse have? Happy with loving parents? Broken home? Alcoholic parent? Do not always look to see if there is/was money...that means very little to nothing in terms of your happiness.

    Look to see how the family acts when it is together.

    Look to see how your targeted spouse acts with their friends.

    Investigate laws regarding marriage and divorce in the country they grew up in...even though the laws may never apply because you are not going to get married in their country, they are still part of the social fabric that they grew up in and will have some bearing on their expectations.

    Most importantly, look to see if your intended spouse accepts you for who you are...worts and all... and wants you to be whatever you want to be.
  • Answer: One million rupees are equal to 10 crores Indian rupees currency.
  • Answer: There is no Indian name. In Indian Subcontinent people from many Faiths and Religions live, i.e., Muslims, Hindus, Budhist, etc. Hindus use "Bhagwan" to refer to the Almighty, Muslims use Allah, the Almighy, etc.
  • Answer: No its probably chinese
  • Answer: They are like any other in the world as its a free country.
    Bad boy you need to ask a proper question.
  • Answer: Persian like, its hard to explain go to Google images and type in Indian art
  • Answer: being ugly
  • Answer: It is pop art made by people who are Indian.
  • Answer: at an art supplies store
  • Answer: well of course they died of old age
  • Answer: Indian corn is Zea mays, and for this reason, most of the world calls it "maize." "Corn" which is from the same root (word) as "cereal," can refer to other edible seeds of the grass family, such as wheat, oats, barley, rye and even rice.
  • Answer: Indian ocean gets its name from India, a country of Asia.
  • Answer: SHUCCALOK! The famous multistore in India! Duh!
  • Answer: Tiranga Jhanda The tricolour flag
  • Answer: CURRY
    ...indian tea, ironed clothes (including socks and underwear), but yes, mostly food!

Why did the Indian die?

  • well of course they died of old age

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